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Lawyers in Corporate Decision-Making (Paperback) - Robert Eli Rosen
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[EAN: 9781610270397], Neubuch, [PU: Quid Pro, LLC, United States], Language: English Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****. A recognized study of the disparate roles that corporate attorneys play in representing and advising their institutional clients. Long passed around and cited by scholars and practicing lawyers as an unpublished manuscript, this book insightfully explores the choices that lawyers, managers and executives make about how lawyers are involved in corporate processes. In the companies studied, Professor Rosen showed that corporate lawyers were repeatedly intertwined in decisions-beyond those regarding mere legal compliance-ranging from finance to production to sales to returns to litigation. But the how, when and consequences of their involvements varied. The book analyzes these variations. It examines relations between inside and outside counsel and the management of the corporate legal function. It locates them in a taut framework of organization theory and institutional behavior, a framework and application since recognized for its cogency and explanatory power. The author, now a senior professor at the University of Miami Law School, repeatedly calls on attorneys to understand the organizational context of their work. His book repeatedly calls out attorneys who ill serve their clients because they failed as organizational analysts. It has since been recognized by legal, ethical, and sociological theorists as a rich resource of corporate analysis and the divergent roles that lawyers play. The groundbreaking research was conducted at six major manufacturing companies as Rosen interviewed a triad of inside counsel, outside counsel and managers who worked on particular problems. This novel method allowed self-serving statements (especially by the lawyers involved) to be checked and placed in realistic context. More important, because it triangulated how the legal problem was understood, the method brought out how the legal task had been structured. The frames that the lawyers, managers and organization imposed on the legal problems varied widely-and the sources and consequences of these variations are detailed and explained. The book s published edition is newly available, but the manuscript has already earned scholarly impact and praise. For example, the Yale Law Journal noted in 1996 that Rosen s important manuscript is widely cited in recent literature on legal professionalism. It has been cited in articles in the law reviews of Boston University, Indiana University, University of Maryland, and Emory, and the Law Society Review. At bottom, researchers and pundits on corporate theory and lawyers roles have already had to account for this telling study, and at last they can readily reference it in quality printed and digital formats. Lawyers in Corporate Decision-Making should be read by everyone interested in how law matters to organizations of all kinds. - Jonathan Simon, Professor of Law, UC Berkeley School of Law Rob Rosen s study of in house counsel is a deft, subtle dissection of a complex world where nothing is as it quite seems. In interviewing in house counsel, outside counsel, and clients, Rosen captures, in a Rashomon-like way, the moral character of lawyers work-their choices, their pitches, their claims-by which they justify what they do. We see inside the professional black box. - John Flood Professor of Law and Sociology, University of Westminster, London Robert Rosen takes us inside large law firms to explore how corporate lawyers advise their clients and how that advice can go wrong. The case studies he describes-including four situations in which the legal advice failed-show how important it is for lawyers to frame the clients needs appropriately. Rosen s ability to weave together the importance of organizational hierarchy, coordination of responsibility, thoroughness of communication, and business acumen makes this book a must-read for lawyers and law students alike. - Nancy B. Rapoport Gordon Silver Professor of Law, UNLV, and Coauthor of Enron and O

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Quid Pro, LLC. Paperback. New. Paperback. 198 pages. Dimensions: 8.5in. x 5.5in. x 0.5in.A recognized study of the disparate roles that corporate attorneys play in representing and advising their institutional clients. Long passed around and cited by scholars and practicing lawyers as an unpublished manuscript, this book insightfully explores the choices that lawyers, managers and executives make about how lawyers are involved in corporate processes. In the companies studied, Professor Rosen showed that corporate lawyers were repeatedly intertwined in decisionsbeyond those regarding mere legal complianceranging from finance to production to sales to returns to litigation. But the how, when and consequences of their involvements varied. The book analyzes these variations. It examines relations between inside and outside counsel and the management of the corporate legal function. It locates them in a taut framework of organization theory and institutional behavior, a framework and application since recognized for its cogency and explanatory power. The author, now a senior professor at the University of Miami Law School, repeatedly calls on attorneys to understand the organizational context of their work. His book repeatedly calls out attorneys who ill serve their clients because they failed as organizational analysts. It has since been recognized by legal, ethical, and sociological theorists as a rich resource of corporate analysis and the divergent roles that lawyers play. The groundbreaking research was conducted at six major manufacturing companies as Rosen interviewed a triad of inside counsel, outside counsel and managers who worked on particular problems. This novel method allowed self-serving statements (especially by the lawyers involved) to be checked and placed in realistic context. More important, because it triangulated how the legal problem was understood, the method brought out how the legal task had been structured. The frames that the lawyers, managers and organization imposed on the legal problems varied widelyand the sources and consequences of these variations are detailed and explained. The books published edition is newly available, but the manuscript has already earned scholarly impact and praise. For example, the Yale Law Journal noted in 1996 that Rosens important manuscript is widely cited in recent literature on legal professionalism. It has been cited in articles in the law reviews of Boston University, Indiana University, University of Maryland, and Emory, and the Law and Society Review. At bottom, researchers and pundits on corporate theory and lawyers roles have already had to account for this telling study, and at last they can readily reference it in quality printed and digital formats. Lawyers in Corporate Decision-Making should be read by everyone interested in how law matters to organizations of all kinds. Jonathan Simon, Professor of Law, UC Berkeley School of Law Rob Rosens study of in house counsel is a deft, subtle dissection of a complex world where nothing is as it quite seems. In interviewing in house counsel, outside counsel, and clients, Rosen captures, in a Rashomon-like way, the moral character of lawyers worktheir choices, their pitches, their claimsby which they justify what they do. We see inside the professional black box. John Flood Professor of Law and Sociology, University of Westminster, London Robert Rosen takes us inside large law firms to explore how corporate lawyers advise their clients and how that advice can go wrong. The case studies he describesincluding four situations in which the legal advice failedshow how important it is for lawyers to frame the clients needs appropriately. Rosens ability to weave together the importance of organizational hierarchy, coordination of responsibility, thoroughness of communication, and business acumen makes this book a must-read for lawyers and law students al This item ships from multiple locations. Your book may arrive from Roseburg,OR, La Vergne,TN., Quid Pro, LLC

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A recognized study of the disparate roles that corporate attorneys play in representing and advising their institutional clients. Long passed around and cited by scholars and practicing lawyers as an unpublished manuscript, this book insightfully explores the choices that lawyers, managers and executives make about how lawyers are involved in corporate processes. In the companies studied, Professor Rosen showed that corporate lawyers were repeatedly intertwined in decisions-beyond those regarding mere legal compliance-ranging from finance to production to sales to returns to litigation. But the how, when and consequences of their involvements varied. The book analyzes these variations. It examines relations between inside and outside counsel and the management of the corporate legal function. It locates them in a taut framework of organization theory and institutional behavior, a frame and application since recognized for its cogency and explanatory power.The author, now a senior professor at the University of Miami Law School, calls on attorneys to understand the organizational context of their work. His book repeatedly calls out attorneys who ill serve their clients because they failed as organizational analysts. It has since been recognized by legal, ethical, and sociological theorists as a rich resource of corporate analysis and the divergent roles that lawyers play.The groundbreaking research was conducted at six major manufacturing companies as Rosen interviewed a triad of inside counsel, outside counsel and managers who worked on particular problems. This novel method allowed self-serving statements (especially by the lawyers involved) to be checked and placed in realistic context. More important, because it triangulated how the legal problem was understood, the method brought out how the legal task had been structured. The frames that the lawyers, managers and organization imposed on the legal problems varied widely-and the sources and consequences of these variations are explained.The book's published edition is newly available, but the manuscript has already earned scholarly impact and praise. For example, the Yale Law Journal noted in 1996 that "Rosen's important manuscript is widely cited in recent literature on legal professionalism." It has been cited in articles in the law reviews of Boston University, Indiana, Maryland, and Emory, and the Law & Society Review. At bottom, researchers and pundits on corporate theory and lawyers' roles have already had to account for this telling study, and at last they can readily reference it in a quality published format. Lawyers in Corporate Decision-Making Rosen, Robert Eli, Quid Pro, LLC

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9781610270397
ISBN (ISBN-10): 1610270398
Paperback
Publishing year: 2010
Publisher: Quid Pro, LLC
198 Pages
Weight: 0,236 kg
Language: eng/Englisch

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